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Brilliant Lighting

52″ (1320mm) Tempest AC Ceiling Fan with LED CCT Light

Brilliant Lighting

52″ (1320mm) Tempest AC Ceiling Fan with LED CCT Light

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Product Description

Product Type: Ceiling Fan

Description:

NEW & IMPROVED DESIGN
Brilliant’s All-Seasons technology for use all year round. The Tempest is a 52 inch ceiling fan and can be installed in any indoor location around the home. It’s size and quiet operation make it ideal for living areas and bedrooms..

Specifications:

  • SIZE: 52” (1320mm)
  • MOTOR: AC Motor (50w)
  • CONSTRUCTION: Diecast Aluminium
  • BLADES: 4 x Painted Plywood
  • BLADE PITCH: 11 degree
  • CONTROL: Wall Control (3-speed)
  • COLOUR/S: White/Black/Brushed Aluminium
  • LIGHT: 18w 1600 Lumen 3000k/4200k/6000k Colour Temperature Adjustable LED
  • WARRANTY: 6-Year
           Speed Power RPM Airflow
          HIGH 54w 188 10450m³/hr
          MEDIUM 21w 116 6500m³/hr
          LOW 12w 73 4250m³/hr

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